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Small Business Loans vs Cash Advances – What’s the Difference?

In the course of doing business, borrowing cash is often an inevitability to keep your business afloat or expand. Usually, small businesses can choose between a bank loan and merchant cash advance. Depending on your needs and the urgency of the loan, these options have their own advantages and disadvantages. Here are a few things you must keep in mind when selecting which borrowing option to choose from.

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Nutmeg Review

If you have been looking to invest in the stock market or have been considering setting up your own pension, then you may have come across a UK investment firm called Nutmeg.

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Will You Ever Be Able to Retire?

The thought of never being able to retire was quite a laughable concept when I was growing up. It was generally accepted that adults worked until they were around 60 to 65 years old and if you were really fortunate or worked really hard, then you might even be able to retire at 50 or dare I say it, 40.

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5 Alternative Investment Vehicles To Consider

Have you ever heard the term “Never put all of your eggs in one basket.”? Well, there’s no place where that’s more true than in the world of investing. At the end of the day, you never want all of your investment in one asset, one vehicle, or one figurative basket of any kind. After all, if that one basket falls apart your investment falls apart along with it. So, today, we’ll talk about some great alternative investment vehicles that you may want to consider for diversification.

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Can You Get a Mortgage on a Zero Hours Contract?

With the number of people in the UK on a zero hour contract approaching 1 million – according to recent figures from the Office of National Statistics – it is no surprise that the availability of mortgages for people engaging in this type of work is becoming more and more important. So, is it possible to get a mortgage if you are on a zero hours contract and is it an easy process?